Inflammation - When anger is protective



Acute inflammation is NEEDED for healing; that redness surrounding a cut, a rash around your ankles that touched stinging nettle, and even occasional sore throat.


The inflammatory response following tissue injury plays important roles both in normal and pathological healing. Immediately after injury, the innate immune system is activated, setting in motion a local inflammatory response that includes the recruitment of inflammatory cells from the circulation.


Inflammation becomes an issue when it turns from acute to chronic (persistent).


Chronic inflammation lasts for several months to years.

It occurs from chronic exposure to a low-intensity irritant or toxin. It may also be an autoimmune response to an allergen.


Root Emotions and Patterns:

  • dwelling on old issues

  • powerlessness in regards to authority

  • blaming others

  • helplessness o change one's circumstances

  • feeling invaded and attacked

  • feeling like your ability to protect yourself is suppressed by influential people (poor immunity)

Supportive Affirmations:

I let go of my need to be right. I become softer and more tender with myself. Anger is no longer the driver behind my actions.

Questions to ask yourself:

  1. How does anger help you get your way?

  2. Who are you trying to force to take responsibility for their actions?

  3. Who is the most irritating person in your life? What are you doing to resolve the conflict with this person?

  4. How does thinking enraging thoughts make you right?

  5. How can you be more gentle and forgiving of your past mistakes?


Where is the inflammation located?


  • Brain: how does inflamed thinking make you feel in control?

  • Tonsils: who keeps discouraging you form communicating your needs?

  • Gums: who made you helpless to reach out for your own happiness?

  • Eyes: what injustices are you still angry about?

  • Skin: who keeps on infringing on your territory making you feel invaded and defensive?

  • Gut: you are constantly consuming information that offends you. What energetic elimination diet could you help you?

  • Hair follicles: what stunted your growth, making you feel powerless to get out of hindering circumstances?


Natural remedies that could help:

  • Turmeric root powder and EO

  • Clove EO

  • Roman chamomile

  • Scarlet Monkeyflower Flower Essence

  • Aventurine and Moss Agate stones

  • Green tea


Let's explore the possible root causes of inflammation during discovery call with me.




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